The European concert Satire relating to the GrecoTurkish War of Also called the Thirty Days War the conflict began after Greeces nationalist government declared war on the Ottoman Empire after a rebellion broke out in January amongst the Greek population on the Turkish controlled island of Crete The conflict yielded no territorial gains for Greece and ended with a peace brokered by the major European powers An illustration from Le Petit Journal th May
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